Nimes is a great place to visit any time of year, with its Mediterranean climate. In Nimes Languedoc-Roussillon, the winters are normally mild in temperature.
Just outside of town there are plenty of wine vineyards, taking advantage of the dry weather that takes up most of the year in this region. In the foothills of the province, you will find even more vineyards, whereas in the coastal flat plains it can be hotter, drier and not farmed as much.
Summer days can be hot and sunny. You will find the beautiful fountains in the city can cool the surrounding area quite well. In the mountain areas of Languedoc-Roussillon, the Pyrénées in the southwest, the Black Mountains and the Cévennes in the north, it is cooler, up to five degrees in summer. Consequently, winters also tend to be cooler and wetter in these parts of the region.
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You can find hotels in Nimes from budget backpackers and boutique hotels to five star luxury accommodation.